New York 1821 U.S. House of Representatives, District 3

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
New York 1821 U.S. House of Representatives, District 3
New York
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Jeremiah H. Pierson, John T. Smith, Peter S. Van Orden, Cornelius D. Clark, Abraham Rose, Peter Stephen
Candidates: Jeremiah H. Pierson[1]John T. SmithPeter S. Van OrdenCornelius D. ClarkAbraham RosePeter Stephen
Final Result: 18631330331111
District of Three18631330331111
Rockland County[2][3]4181612751-1
Town of Clarkstown5039100--1
Town of Haverstraw9884----
Town of Hempstead186121401--
Town of Orangetown842635---
Westchester County[4][5]1445117756-1-
Town of Bedford97149----
Town of Cortlandt224104----
Town of Eastchester4633----
Town of Greenburgh541281---
Town of Harrison5715----
Town of Marmaroneck503----
Town of Mount Pleasant13114535---
Town of New Castle-5513---
Town of New Rochelle5959----
Town of North Castle7130----
Town of North Salem1048----
Town of Pelham134----
Town of Poundridge68105----
Town of Rye5266----
Town of Scarsdale133----
Town of Somers5499----
Town of South Salem7759----
Town of Westchester 8517----
Town of White Plains3432----
Town of Yonkers857----
Town of Yorktown67637---


[2]John T. Smith received 1 vote as John Smith.
[3]Jeremiah H. Pierson received 1 vote as Jeremiah Piersons.
[4]John T. Smith received 1 vote as John S. Smith.
[5]There were 4 misspelling votes for Jeremiah Pierson.


Original Election Returns.
Miscellaneous Records of the Town of Eastchester, New York, 1794-1834. 126-129.
Westchester Herald (Mount Pleasant, NY). May 1, 1821.
The American (New York, NY). May 7, 1821.
The Albany Argus (Albany, NY). May 25, 1821.
The Albany Argus (Albany, NY). May 29, 1821.
Westchester Herald (Mount Pleasant, NY). June 5, 1821.
Original Manuscript of New York Assembly Elections. Michael J. Dubin.

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